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School for Learning and Development

The School delivers non-accredited and accredited training focusing on the ongoing learning and professional development needs of The Salvation Army personnel and volunteers, and its various departments, divisions and centres. The School has developed training programs that address specific needs in leadership, management, community services and other key areas. Programs are mainly built around the attributes and competetencies of established capabilities framework.

The programs are delivered in a variety of modes, that include webinars, workshops, classes, residentials and online training through the Learning Management system (LMS) Learn. The LMS portal allows for people to complete online training, and access information regarding their training history, check their profile, and also investigate and enrol in further training. 

Programs offered

Leadership and Management

In 2016 the School launched two pilot programs, LaMP and Transform, designed to facilitate the development of future leaders and managers with demonstrated leadership and managerial capacity. The pilot run of the programs clearly demonstrated its quality and ability to meet the personal and professional development needs of individuals. 

LaMP - Leadership and Management Program

The purpose of LaMP is to support frontline and middle-level managers in The Salvation Army with relevant and targeted activities and initiatives that will develop and build upon their current capability. 

There are three levels to the LaMP structure and the program delivery is through webinars, self-paced modules and workshops. Individual journeys may look different depending on your level, previous experience and the start point.

TRANSFORM - Transformational Leadership Program

The purpose of Transform is to strengthen the leadership capability of senior managers and leaders in The Salvation Army who  demonstrate strong leadership capabilities and have the potential to be considered for future senior/executive positions.

Transform is delivered through residentials, supported by a range of development activities undertaken before, between and after the residentials. 

Both programs approach learning with a 70:20:10 Model where experience and relationship with others along with formal learning are crucial elements in the program methodology. 

For more information contact Janelle Murley, Learning and Development Consultant.

e | janelle.murley@aus.salvationarmy.org
p | +61 3 9847 5425

Technical Training

The School delivers technical training in applications within the Microsoft Suite 2010, iNotes and IBM Notes.

IBM and iNotes training is provided to The Salvation Army personnel, divisions, departments and local centres free of cost. All training classes require a minimum of five people to commence. 

The training on offer 

  • Excel 2010 Introduction  - 6 February 2018
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate - 14 February 2018
  • Excel 2010 Advanced - 14 March 2018
  • Excel 2010 Specialist - 22 March 2018
  • Site Administrator Online Course - 8 February 2018 

For more information contact 

e | enquiries@ebc.edu.au
p | +61 3 9847 5400

Services offered 

Consultancy Services

Consulting services are available for the development of technical training programs and training collateral at the following rates:

  • Technical training personnel at $500 per day
  • Equipment (mobile training network – 10 laptops) at $200 per day
  • Computer training room (Classroom 1 at Ringwood Melbourne) at $350 per day 

 


 

a | 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Victoria 3134, AUSTRALIA
p | +61 3 9847 5400 
e |  enquiries@ebc.edu.au